Thanks for picking up the cue and doing it, J.
I was tempted, but... wasn't up for the hunt. I know exactly
what you mean by the challenges when faced with an image that has the right perspective but not the right lighting. There's only so much you can manipulate in Photoshop... and probably a small minority of PS experts that can contrive completely different lighting that is believable.
You did a great job, especially with Morn.
I hope one day you can drop in 2-3 facial images into a 3D rendering engine and then be able to manipulate the perspective any way you wish, leaving a believable result awaiting any lighting you wish.